On Monday Tech Mahindra, following its unveiling on Hyderabad Campus in previously this month, launched the first Human Resource humanoid (HR) K2 for its Noida Special Economic Zone campus in Uttar Pradesh.
K2 would take on the routine HR operations to help the HR team to build a better worker experience, the firm stated in a declaration.
K2 uses state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and initiates discussions without wake-up orders.
K2 can answer questions along with expression via text display. K2 can address general and specific HR staff inquiries and personally process applications for actions such as payrolls, tax formats, etc. and enables the HR team to concentrate on other fields that are essential for employee’s growth.
“In today’s digital age, the evolving talented landscape requires that companies not only focus on the client but also more centered on’ human experience,’ said Harshvendra Soin, Chief People Officer, Tech Mahindra. At Tech Mahindra we focus on using technology to further improve the human experience by personalizing and enhancing its meaning.
K2 is intended to add value to the lifecycle of employees through different points of communication and to prepare ourselves for future work. We believe that the future is more human than we believe.
The firm intends to implement the next Humanoid on the Pune campus, and K2 will also be able to conduct empathic discussions with partners for an enhanced commitment to improved communication skills.
It will also allow the organization, instead of just maintaining it unidirectional, to make use of mobility and spatial consciousness.
In order to record the number of employees that have drastically reduced the time spent by partners updating the time sheet, Tech Mahindra has already implemented an AI-based face reconnaissance system.
Tech Mahindra has recently also introduced Talex–the world’s first AI-based talent marketplace which maps the abilities of the talent pool that already exists.
Tech Mahindra is committed to the next genre of technology, such as AI, as part of the TechMHRNxt Charter, which enables users to tackle HR problems in real-time with creative solution services.